KINGDOM COME – Perpetual

KINGDOM COME - Perpetual


Frontiers Records
Release date: August 30, 2004

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Wow, but this sounds like Led Zeppelin! Well, I guess the Wolfster can’t help it that he sounds like Robert Plant. But talk about déjà vu! Perpetual is almost like being back in 1988 and listening to Plant’s Now and Zen all over again …

If you like Led Zeppelin/Robert Plant and Kingdom Come you’ll likely highly rate this album! It’s easy listening Hard Rock/AOR, and pure enjoyment for the ear whether you’re relaxing, having friends over, or simply making out with your girlfriend (who should look like the girls from Vixen)!

Just like their last record, Independent, this album is all Lenny Wolf! He’s performs, records, and produces the whole “shabang”! Wolf’s only help comes from Eric Foester on guitar solos.

One typical thing about Lenny Wolf is that he is stuck in the same mid-tempo pace, regardless of the song, which can be a bit frustrating. For example, when hearing the last song, you might think the CD started all over again!

Luckily the lyrics are well written, the album is tight, and there are a few memorable tunes to kick start this album. “Gotta Move On” and “Hang ‘em High” are two of the more notable tracks.

Even if it has been more than 10 years since Kingdom Come had their heyday, fans are still eager to know what’s going on with them, and with both concert festivals and hopefully more live shows ahead, who knows what the future holds in store for Lenny Wolf and KC!


  • Anne-Lene Rodahl

    Anne-Lene was a reviewer and interviewer here at Metal Express Radio, based out of Oslo, Norway, and she was the first ”gal” on board!

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